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Last edit: 15.Mar.2015, 22:34h

Very cool character rig for Hash Animation:Master

There is a new, quite powerful and easy to install rig for Hash Animation:Master called "The Saucy Rig" available. If you are an Animation:Master user or someone who wants to be one, you should have a look at this. Mack Cappele (Mechadelphia over at the Hash Forums) has called this installation type ...
 
Last edit: 25.Dec.2014, 15:23h

Very nice animation with 2d and 3d-combination

This music video animation combines 2d content made with AnimeStudio and 3d content made with Animation:Master with ToonRendering seemlessly with eachother... Have a look, it is worth it :):
 
Last edit: 09.Aug.2014, 12:52h

Hash Animation:Master Website 2014

From now on Animation:Master fans can enjoy a new website optimized for smartphones, tablets and desktop computers (responsive and adaptive). Additionally to the new design and many, very nice looking images created with Animation:Master you will even find some new content in the tutorial area. ...
 
Last edit: 16.Mar.2014, 20:11h

Modelling-Demo

How to create a cartoon model in Animation:Master? In this time adjusted demo Marcos Rezende (Xtaz) shows how this can be done. He is using techniques like extrude, Lathe and a manual approch of modelling here: Have fun!
 
Last edit: 06.Dec.2013, 00:07h

Hash Animation:Master v18

The newest version of A:M is now available. Many small improvements and especially the new OpenGL 3 support and the high resolution STL export for 3d printing (up to 4096 subdivisions per patch) as well as many more export improvements make this update obligatory many A:M users. The complete list ...
 
Last edit: 29.Sep.2013, 12:38h

3d print close up

Many people wonder about how a 3d printed object from an affordable 3d printer will look. How neatly is the surface, how clean does it look? I am trying to give an answer to that today. The object below is a jewellery piece for a friend I produced with my Makerbot Replicator 2. Image 1: ...
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